Large scale sculptures by internationally acclaimed artist Michael Lyons are displayed in this major new outside exhibition
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Explore the coastal landscapes, crashing ocean waves and hidden mermaids in a special exhibition revealing our close relationship with the sea
This new exhibition explores the fascinating evidence for the city’s trades, cultures and traditions, uncovered over four decades of excavations
See the original Rocket and journey through a great age of innovation when vicars, lace-makers and miners brought their own miniature locomotives to life. Get up close to the game-changing Stephenson's Rocket, which shaped the future of the railway in 1829. Meet the ordinary people who, fascinated by innovations like Rocket, turned their kitchens into makeshift workshops and crafted extraordinary hissing, steaming machines entirely from scratch. Discover their beautifully intricate homemade creations—including some of the oldest of their kind—and learn…
Explore Gerard Hobson's beautiful linoprints of birds, animals and art in this new exhibition for winter
This exhibition at the School House Gallery in York features steel and bronze sculptures plus related works on paper from various stages of Michael Lyons' career.
See the ground-breaking works of Gillian Lowndes, the most radical ceramicist of the twentieth century, in the new exhibition
"Treescapes" is the latest exhibition at village gallery on Colliergate, York and features the works of Yorkshire based artist Paul Blackwell
We are starting the year off with our first 'Featured Artist' - a new range of work from Yorkshire Painter Neil McBride.
Enjoy a 50% discount at Yorkshires finest landscapes with Mountain Goat tours
We launch 'Brutalism and Black Ink', an exhibition featuring the art of Angus Vasili and Adrian Maidman
Free taster sessions running all day for all York residents and free talks
In the spirit of the Festival, taste your way around the centre of York. We will take you for five top tastings at York's great independents
Come and join us for a night of comedy, hosted by the lovely comedy boy, Chris Booker. We will have a shedload or brilliant acts, old and new to brighten up your Monday evening. Tickets £3 in advance, or £5 on the door.
Come one come all to our first comedy night of the roaring 20’s. In the upstairs venue of the Artful Dodger we will have 8 fantastic comedians performing for your entertainment.
Walk through 11 live actor shows, telling the story of 2000 years of York's dark history in 75 minutes
Our lunchtime talks are ideal for gaining an insight into some of our most interesting artefacts from our archaeology and natural science collections
Joe is going to be performing a live electronic set (vocals/ laptop/ viola) reinterpreting songs from his album 'ALL OF THE ALL OF THE TIME' as well as new material
Putting the history of medicine at the heart of the Science Museum: Curating the new medicine galleries
This lecture will reveal some insight into how one of the biggest projects in the museum’s history developed including some of the challenges
When Allied forces liberated the Nazi concentration camps, their terrible discoveries were recorded by army cameramen, revealing for the first time the horror of what had happened.
As part of Independent Venue Week 2020 - University of York Bandsoc in association with YUSU presents:
Everything After Midnight & Hollywood
Why do cities look the way they do? Is it design? Or is it the interaction of largely unconscious processes about which we can do very little? And if the latter, how should we think about our own interactions with cities?
Join historians from York St John University for an examination of the steps that led to genocide in Nazi Germany and Colonial India
Psychoanalyst and author, Adam Phillips, presents his lecture for Spring term.
Why is Anton Chekhov so beloved and called “the father of the modern theatre”? Helen Wilson of York Settlement Community Players will explain why through anecdotes and a little biography; casting a light on why he called his plays comedies.
Join Shonaleigh for a night of traditional Jewish storytelling as part of York's Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations
How Berlin's techno scene emerged from the chaotic end of the Cold War thirty years ago, how the post Cold War city has come to rely on club culture, and how vital techno is to preventing Berlin from becoming just another city
Quatuor Diotima showcase two works developed to harness the technical wizardry of IRCAM’s research into live electronics
Jorvik Jazz Lounge is a UoY Jazz and Big Band Society run new concert series aiming to feature some of the best artists in the UK jazz scene alongside emerging local talent in York.
Puccini’s music and Richard Jones’s production capture the joy and heartache of young love in Paris.
We welcome solo musicians, duets, bands etc of all styles, abilities & ages (18+)... or if you're not the musical type, just come & soak up the good times!
A public programme of lunchtime events in the beautifully restored Georgian Recital Room. Please click here to see the full programme of events https://www.boothamschool.com/the-recital-room/ FREE Admission and ALL are welcome! Doors Open 12:55pm